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We’ve been warned how stressful The CIA can be, and after taking my first skills exam, I see exactly what they mean. My entire week was spent in nervous anticipation as I prepared for the most strenuous of my midterm tests. For the exam, we were required to produce genoise sponge cake, buttermilk biscuits, pate […]
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Pollinator (noun) Animals such as bees, bats, ants, beetles, birds and butterflies that move pollen from male flowers to female flowers to fertilize and aid in growth. Pollinators need a safe place to rest their heads and call home, as they are so very busy during the spring and summer months. The Applied Food Studies […]
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